**Note: Quart Kit is pictured**
This white heavy duty chemical and solvent resistant amine cured primer from Stits is fast drying and corrosion inhibiting. It can be applied and cured to temperatures down to 35°F. Mixing ratio is 2 parts base, 1 part catalyst.
Catalyst use: An amine resin in a solvent blend for use in EP-420 Epoxy Primer according to directions on the base component listing. Mixing ratio is 2 parts base, 1 part catalyst.
Reducer use: A blend of solvents for use in EP-420 Epoxy Primer according to the directions in the base component listing. Reduce 50%.
Stits Epoxy Primer Kit White includes EP-420 Epoxy Primer, EP-430 Epoxy Primer Catalyst, and E-500 Epoxy Reducer. Available in quart or gallon sized kits.
Important Notice: All mixed paints are special order and are non-returnable.
|Qt. Kit (Yields 2.5 qts) Incl. catalyst & reducer||09-00285|
|Gal. Kit (Ylds 2.5 Gal.) Incl. catalyst & reducer||09-00438|
I replenish this item every 6 mos or so and Aircraft Spruce service is terrific: always fast and efficient, so that I dont have to hold a perishable shelf life product in long term storage in my shop. I relay on Aircraft Spruce for a wide range of products and place orders 12 to 15 times a year for everything from avionics to hardware.
Great service,and great product.
Highly recommended. Using this to prime an aluminum airframe before fabric covering. Attended an EAA fabric covering workshop and this was recommended. Immersion treat in BONDERITE C-IC 33 AERO, then BONDERITE M-CR 1001 AERO, then this primer. This does a fantastic job and the metal is good to go for the life of the plane.
Doesnt go on well with a brush until about the second to third coat on aluminum, but covers very well with multiple coats. Very hard smooth finish when it dries.
Have always used this product on fabric covering after the silver. The white makes certain colors as in reds and yellows more vibrant. Excellent choice for aluminum also before final paint.
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Per the Poly Fiber how to manual, one gallon of catalyzed, and reduced, material will cover 1000 sq ft, one coat.
The primer, part A, has a 4 year shelf life, and the catalyst, part B, has a 2 year shelf life, per the Poly Fiber How To Manual.
Yes, that will work.
No it can only be ordered in white or green.
Per the vendor, these are solvent based so the temp should not effect the product.
Per the Poly-Fiber manual, this is for metal surfaces.